Haliburton Highlands Weekend Weather PHOTOS: Southern Ontario CA: The Big Melt Week 4 #haliburtonhighlands #weekendweather

Ξ April 23rd, 2011 | → 1 Comments | ∇ Canada, cottage country, Haliburton Highlands, Maple Lake Ontario, marine/marina, nature, Ontario, Photography, spring, weather, webcam |

Update 4.23.11: The Weekend Weather & Long-Term weather are now up. Happy weekend!:

Rainbow Bridge, Canada- U.S. border ONT/NY

It’s not even 3:30 p.m. in this shot of the Rainbow Bridge, connecting the United States with Canada. Holiday traffic? Maybe.

I crossed here bunches of times over the 12 years I resided in Connecticut and visited my family in Canada. It is quite scenic with the surrounding geography,especially compared to the Detroit-Windsor crossing–ugh.

 

Whole lot of melting goin’ on–in many but not all, places in southern Ontario. It’s a big place geographically with incredibly gorgeous & diverse hill formations and plentiful lakes. They’re getting a real range of weather during this ‘changing of the guard’ in going from winter to true spring. Summer is a short season in these parts–all the more beautiful and worthy of enjoying.

Haliburton Highlands Weekend Weather April 23-24. 2011

Between Saturday morning and Sunday morning there is nothing really to be thrilled bout in the great outdoors, IMO. ‘ Light rain, Cloudy w/showers, Isolated showers.’–all ways of saying when combined with the yuck temperatures–Bleh. Need nice weather Soon! Maybe another month, right?

In addition to the rain there will be some cloudy periods overnight Saturday.

The 24-hour precipitation outlook: 5-10mm of rain from Saturday morning to Sunday morning.

Source: weatherchannel.com

Haliburton Highlands -Long Term Weather April 24 – April 29

Haliburton Highlands Long Term Weather Forecast - April 24 - 29 2011

Expect variable cloudiness on Sunday, April 24 with a high temp of 11°C and an overnight low of 0°C.  There is no rain in the forecast.

Monday brings isolated showers, a high of 14°C and a low overnight of -1C°. There  will be 2-4mm precipitation accumulation.

Tuesday will be a rainy day with a daytime high of 14°C and an overnight low of  7°C. There will be close to 20mm precipitation accumulation.

Wednesday, expect light rain, a high  of 18°C and a low overnight of 13°C. Expect about 20-30mm of rain accumulation.

Thursday, will bring more light rain with accumulations of 10+ mm, a high for the day of 13°C, and a low overnight of 8°C.

Friday, expect isolated showers, a 40% chance that you’ll have less than 1mm of rain, a high temperature of 13°C and a low overnight of 6°C.

Have a fantastic week!

 

 

 

Haliburton County Volunteer Fair, Easter Brunch & Mother’s Day Ideas! #haliburton highlands #community

Ξ April 17th, 2011 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Canada, community, community services, cottage country, entertainment, family, Food and/or Drink, Haliburton, Haliburton Highlands, holiday(s), Maple Lake Ontario, Ontario, spring |

Though the Haliburton Highlands weather during the transition between early and late spring can be less than delightful for outside activities, there is a virtual cornucopia of events being offered which should appeal to just about everyone!

Read on:

Haliburton Highlands - Easter Brunch Buffet

Just FYI, Easter is on Sunday April 24, this year. Yes, that is in just one week!  😉

Get your ticket to Mother's Day Fun at Highlands Little Theatre!

 

Haliburton County Volunteer Fair

Everyone is welcome at the 2nd annual Volunteer Fair at the Minden Community Centre on Saturday May 14.  And, lunch is provided! RSVP’s appreciated.

 

Haliburton Highlands Weather – Weekend & Long Term PHOTOS So. Ontario CA #haliburtonhighlands

Ξ April 15th, 2011 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Canada, cottage country, Haliburton Highlands, Maple Lake Ontario, marine/marina, nature, Ontario, Photography, spring, weather, webcam |

Gilmour Ontario 4.15.11

If there’s one word to describe what much of southeastern Ontario is experiencing weather-wise, I would choose “wet.” Be it snow, rain or a mix of the two, there is precipitation in your near future in SoONTCA on a fairly consistent basis. Adding to the ‘wet’ is the ‘melt’. I’m including a shot of Gilmour, Ontario, where the melt is quite obvious, but the same stands true for much of the region.

Weekend Weather:

Haliburton Highlands Weekend Weather April 15 - 16

Friday evening, expect cloudy periods and a temperature of 37°F. By Friday overnight, look for variable clouds and temperatures dropping to 32°F. There should not be any rain before Saturday morning.  The rain will continue throughout the day and evening on Saturday with a high on Saturday of 39°F and the low 36°F.

Haliburton Highlands Long Term Weather April 16 - 21 2011

Sunday, expect mixed precipitation with rain accumulations of 0.1 inch and snow accumulation of 0.4 inch. The high temperature on Sunday is expected to be 39°F and the low 32°F.

Monday will be mainly sunny with a high temperature of 43°F and a nighttime low of 28°F.  There is to be 0.4 inches of snow accumulation.

Tuesday will be cloudy with showers. The high on Tuesday will be 48°F and the low overnight 32°F.  There is expected to be 0.4 inches of snow accumulation.

Wednesday, expect light rain, a high temperature of 59°F and an overnight low of 41°F.  There is no precipitation in the forecast.

Thursday, look for cloudy periods and a high of 48°F and an overnight low of 36°F. There is to be 0.4 inches of snow accumulation.There is no precipitation in the forecast.

Have a great week!

 

 

Happy Birthday, Peggy (1927 – 2011)

Ξ April 9th, 2011 | → 0 Comments | ∇ family, Photography, Travel/Vacation, United States |

Today would have been my mother’s 84th birthday.  She passed away on January 12 of this year:

 

Mom at Ocean World late 1970's

Peggy didn’t make a big deal out of her birthday–but she did other people’s. On April 9th she’d acknowledge that yes, it was her birthday but also her niece Patti as well as (now my memory fails me) deceased dear friend from childhood. It was their birthday, too. She was really, really good at remembering birthdays and anniversaries and such.

I’ve been sifting through the mountainous pile of photographs in my mother’s collection trying to cull the most suitable for her remembrance service at Maple Lake this August 25.* Most of them are from a time before I was born so though they are indeed photos of Peggy, they are not pics of the woman I knew as ‘Mom.’ This one is however very much how I remember my mother.

 

Notice the camera on her wrist? Ubiquitous when we went somewhere. 🙂

*Tentatively–still need to firm it up

 

 

Haliburton Highlands Weekend & Long Term Weather – PHOTOS: Ontario:’The Big Melt’ Wk 2 (4.8.11) #haliburtonhighlands

Ξ April 8th, 2011 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Canada, cottage country, Haliburton Highlands, Maple Lake Ontario, marine/marina, Ontario, Photography, weather, webcam |

 

Limerick Lake, Gilmour ONT, CA - 4.8.11

Hey there! Welcome to the second weekend of April!

This week’s weather looks to be fairly normal with no real temperature extremes–high or low–and a moderate amount of precipitation.

Haliburton Highlands Weekend Weather

Friday overnight will be clear with a low temperature of minus 1 °C

Between Friday overnight and Saturday overnight there is no precipitation in the forecast. Temperatures will reach a high on Saturday of 13°C and a low Saturday overnight of 2°C.

Haliburton Highlands Long Term Weather through April 15

Sunday, April 10 expect a cloudy day with showers. The high will be 15°C and the overnight low 2°C. There may be close to 15mm precipitation accumulation.

Monday, there will be a chance of thunderstorms, the high temperature will be 18°C and the low overnight 10°C.  There could be close to 10mm precipitation accumulation.

Tuesday, expect isolated showers, a high temperature only of 11°C and a low overnight of 4 °C. Less than 1mm precipitation accumulation is expected.

Wednesday, you’ll  have cloudy periods with a high temperature of 13°C. The overnight low will be 2°C. There is no precipitation in the forecast.

Thursday, it will be cloudy with showers with the precipitation (rain) accumulation about 1-3mm, total. The high will be a chilly 9°C and the overnight low, 3°C. There should be less than 1cm of snow accumulation.

Friday, expect a messy day with wet flurries, a high temperature of 11°C, and a low of 3 °C. There should be less than 1cm of snow accumulation.

Have a great week!

 

 

 

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